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webley fx2000 stripdown

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by happyguy, Aug 25, 2014.

  1. happyguy

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    hi peepz, would anyone have any idea where I can find the info needed to replace all seals on my fx2000, I have the seals and now trying to find info for complete strip down and rebuild,, I believe when I had my last fx I found all info I needed on youtube, but now seems its not there anymore so any pointers in right direction would be most welcome
    regards john
     
  2. ratman60

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    have you tried to google a strip down guide?, many usa web sites can be found. or you could try emailing the gunsmith at ASI just found that the logun axser is the same and a good guide on the fx forum
     
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  3. engraver

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    Very simple guns to strip, just get the exploded diagram from the chambers website empty it and off you go, its all self explanitary when you get in there.

    Alternativelty you used to be able to buy a DVD from TR robbs a long time ago, I gave it away otherwise I would have posted it to you.
     
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    thanks guys, ill open her up tomoz and give a dam good clean up an fit seals, hoping this will sort out a few issues with it
     
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    brilliant guide on the fx forum.
     
  7. happyguy

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    I looked on fx forum, couldn't see it, il have another look cheers
     
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    well it took me a couple of hours but have just rebuilt my fx2000 after fitting new seals, everything seems to working heaps better and smoother than before, I have a chrono being delivered tomoz so can set to just below 12lb ft, one last question if anyone can help, I completely dismantled everything and found 12 seals in total not including the filler probe or dust cap, is there any more than twelve/ meaning Ipossibly missed one?
    regards john
     
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    hi john,

    have a look a a seal kit for them and see how many seals it includes, that should answer the question. chambers also have exploded seal diagrams for the fx2000
     
  10. happyguy

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    thanks tomsteebs
    changed all of them, hell they were knackered, had to wait 2 days for choron to arrive,
    1st shot 26ft lb
    second shot after adjusting grub screw 11.7ft lb Loctite thread liquid now in place an all is good
    after looking arounf it seems there is a FAC transfer port installed, screwing the adjuster( not hammer spring adjuster screw) in fully put her at 9.6 lb ft, a little tweeking of hammer spring adjuster now spits em out at 11.7 so all good,
    smaller transfer port now on its way to me,, better safe than sorry
     

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